C.I.Agent Storm-Water Solutions

Monitor - Filter - Protect - Divert

Water Monitoring Systems

The C.L.A.M.(Continuous Low Level Aquatic Monitoring) is a state-of-the-art submersible extraction sampler, using EPA approved SPE (Solid Phase Extraction) media to sequester Pesticides, Herbicides, PAH’s, TPH, and other trace organics from water.

Wastewater Filtering Systems

The ECO Pump and C.I.Agent EVAC Filtration System use state-of-the-art wastewater filtration technology to remove suspended solids and light sheen from wastewater discharge operations in vaults, manholes, elevator shafts, bilges, tanks and more.

Stormwater Inlet Protection

Our Stormwater CurbScreens are simple and inexpensively keep trash and debris out of stormwater drains and waterways. Stormwater CurbScreens are SABRC certified to be up to 90+% post Consumer HDPE. In addition, CurbScreens are easily recyclable because they are made of 100% plastic.

Stormwater Diversion Systems

The Automatic Stormwater Diversion System prevents clean storm water from flowing to a place other than intended. This could include sanitary sewer systems, wastewater processing facilities or any other place that may flood or retain undesired wastewater.

News

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January
ECO Pump successfully prevents slow release of oil from Substation Secondary Containment System

In January, 2013 a C.I.Agent Storm•Water Solutions ECO Pump was installed at a Cleveland area substation for a major utility as part of the secondary containment system. This was a new site with new transformers and containment area.

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July
Automatic Stormwater Diversion System protects San Diego Zoo

Recently, an Attitude Technology Automatic Stormwater Diversion System manufactured by C.I. Agent Storm•Water Solutions was installed at the San Diego Zoo. The system will ensure that the zoo stays in compliance with both stormwater and sanitary sewer regulations.

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January
USGS Compares the CLAM to Discrete Water Samples and POCIS Passive Sampler

Science for the Total Environment has published a peer reviewed article written by USGS personnel comparing the CLAM to grab samples and POCIS for wastewater compounds in an Arizona stream.